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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS
February 1, 2018

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS (Page 2 of 15)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of Southern California 1999 Strategic and Economic Behavior of Great Powers vis-a-vis an Ascendant Power Russia, Great Britain, and the rise of Germany (1871-1906), Russia, the United States, and the rise of China (1982-1996) Andrew Manning $12000
California Institute of Technology 1998 A fellowship awarded for the academic year 1998-1999, dissertation, "The Economic of Addictive Goods" Angela Hung $16000
University of Southern California 2017 Defining Worthiness: Mental Health Care in California, from Postwar Crisis to Deinstitutionalization, 1941-1975 Angelica Stoddard $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2010 Payday Lending in Los Angeles: Networks, Institutions, and Culture Anthony Alvarez $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2010 How New Multiethnic Contexts are Changing Second Generation Assimilation Patterns Anthony Ocampo $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2006 Analysis of the Transition from Middle School to High School for Low-Income Los Angeles Youth Aprile D. Benner $20000
University of Southern California 1999 The Hegemonic construction of domestic worker identity, in and against which workers themselves frame their own subjectiveness Arianne Gaetano $12000
University of California, Riverside 2015 Assessing the Resilience of Desert Farming Systems to Water Scarcity Arisha Ashraf $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2008 Salvadorean Day In LA: Pthways, Promises and Pitfalls in Immigrant Civic Engagement Arpi Miller $20000
Pardee RAND Graduate School 2016 Delegating immigration enforcement: Have local efforts made us safer or driven us apart? Ashley Muchow $20000